Apple has posted a trailer for the upcoming Apple TV+ series, “Cherry,” which debuts March 12. It’s the first film directed by Anthony and Joe Russo since “Avengers: Endgame.”
In the film, an adaptation of the best-selling novel by Nico Walker, Tom Holland (“Spider-Man,” “The Devil All The Time”) plays Walker, a young Cleveland man who, after being spurned by the love of his life, joins the army before she returns to tell him she has made a mistake and they belong together. He becomes an Army medic in Iraq and sees violence and carnage no one should.
Returning with a raging case of undiagnosed PTSD, he is prescribed the opiate Oxycontin. Soon, he and his young wife — played by Ciara Bravo (“Small Engine Repair”) move from pills to heroin, and he turns to robbing banks to pay their debts and feed their habit.